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J. Shatner, Content writer
Answered: Sep 20, 2018
SNR is also known as Signal to Noise Ratio. If you would alter the SNR, you can already expect that this will also change the bandwidth. This means that they are related to each other. Take note...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Calcium is pumped back into the sarcoplasmic reticulum.

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Great auricular nerve. The great auricular nerve is a branch of the cervical plexus that provides cutaneous innervation to the skin of the ear and skin below the ear, including the angle o...Read More

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Apr 09, 2019
It is the case that tennis players who play intensively, whether professionals or not, have a high absolute risk of stress fracture. I am not sure that the evidence shows they are suffering...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Left colic flexure-the left colic flexure, also called the splenic flexure, is the point where the colon takes a sharp downward turn. this flexure is the point where the transverse colon ends and...Read More

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A. Cook, English Professor
Answered: Feb 28, 2019
The primary curves of actually develop when the fetus is still growing inside the womb. The secondary curves occur when the baby is born. The cervical curvature starts to form when the head is...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Round ligament of the uterus-the round ligament of the uterus passes through the deep inguinal ring and runs through the inguinal canal. it is a derivative of the gubernaculum, a structure which...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Glossopharyngeal nerve-the glossopharyngeal nerve supplies sensory innervation to the mucosa of the upper pharynx, whereas the vagus nerve supplies sensory innervation to the lower pharynx and...Read More

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Marshevpe
Answered: Apr 24, 2017
It should be 1. brachialis
biceps brachii also assist supination, hence the most optimal and prime mover of elbow flexion is brachialis; biceps would turn on when there is an increase in load...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Inferior gluteal-the first thing that you want to do with this question is determine which muscle was impaired. since the question specifies that there is a weakness when climbing steps or jumping,...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Deep fascial layers are connected to bone-in the superficial fascia are flat sheets of muscle called the panniculus carnosus, which help certain animals (e.g., domestic quadrupeds) to move their...Read More

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Bobby Rickets, Content Reviewer
Answered: Jan 25, 2019
Choanae. For those who don’t know, the pharynx is the tube/cavity that connects your mouth and nose to the esophagus and gets food, spit, mucus, etc. down into the esophagus. It is also the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Muscle tone of connecting tendons

The shape of articular bone surfaces is helpful for stability (especially in the case of the hip joint), and the number of ligaments (and size/strength of...Read More

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A.Nancy
Answered: Dec 13, 2017
As one might suppose based on name alone the skeletal muscles and the bones have a direct relationship to one another. Functionally the skeletal muscles use the bones as levers to cause movement...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 01, 2021
Lingual artery-remember-all over the body, the vasculature is the number one target of sympathetic nerves. sympathetic nerves help to constrict the vasculature, and they are found covering arteries...Read More

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